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howUdoin? from "new joysey"


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Old 11-06-2010, 11:27:46 AM
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Default howUdoin? from "new joysey"

hi gang,
thanks for letting me come aboard. this site looks to be a nice place to chew the fat. i'm a freddy flintstone type machinist and always ready to use my hammer and chisel. be well
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Hey Freddie, have you ever been to Jellystone Park? I have. What a cool place for a kid to roam around. Put shoes on your feet unless your tough like me and don't need them.

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i'm a freddy flintstone type machinist and always ready to use my hammer and chisel...
You probably know the use of a cape chisel...to cut keyways in shafts and hubs...
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